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Jamie Lee Curtis says she watched her child transition 'in wonder and pride' as a trans woman

Discussion in 'OBOB General Politics Forum' started by Michie, Jul 29, 2021.

  1. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    This Forum is a place for respectful discussion and debate of political issues, by Roman Catholics, in the context of the Roman Catholic Faith.

    Jamie Lee Curtis is adding wedding officiant to her catalogue of roles, but it's all part of her job as proud parent.


    The "Knives Out" actress revealed in the August/September issue of AARP's magazinethat her child, whom she shares with her husband director Christopher Guest, is a trans woman. With permission from their 25-year old daughter Ruby, Curtis shared that she and Guest have watched with "wonder and pride" as their child transitioned.

    Curtis also announced news of Ruby's upcoming nuptials.

    "She and her fiancé will get married next year at a wedding that I will officiate,” Curtis told the magazine in an interview published Thursday.

    Ruby is the youngest of Curtis and Guests' children. The two also share an older daughter, Annie, who is 34.

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    Jamie Lee Curtis on supporting trans daughter Ruby, upcoming wedding
     
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  2. Sketcher

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    Rumor has it Jamie Lee Curtis was born a hermaphrodite. I don't know if this is true or not. If it is true, it would make a little more sense.
     
  3. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    Both her children are adopted. I have no idea if she was born a hermaphodite.
     
  4. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    I love her parents
     
  6. BrAndreyu

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    It's just an urban legend according to everything I've ever seen, I believed it for a while when I was a kid but it's been going around for a while.
     
  7. BrAndreyu

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    I really don't understand how anyone can be "proud" of being a bad parent and raising their kid to be a perverted fetishist.
     
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  8. Isilwen

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    Posts like these make me sad to be a Christian!
     
  9. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    Nothing should make you feel sad to be a Christian.
     
  10. Isilwen

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    You would think, but alas, there are things, mostly other Christians that make me sad to be a Christian.
     
  11. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    Well that’s the thing. We all have our crosses to bear. Different experiences, different stages of our journeys, etc. But you should not be sad to be a Christian because of another Christian saying something you do not like. Just saying. You’ll save yourself a lot of heartache. :)
     
  12. Isilwen

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    I guess you're right. Something to work on I guess.
     
  13. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    It will just save a lot of heartache. *hugs*
     
  14. Isilwen

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    Thank you! *hugs*
     
  15. Space Monkey

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    They're proud that their child is delusional at best and mentally ill at worst, chopping off body parts, and becoming an abomination before God, and that fact makes you sad to follow Christ? Interesting. Do you believe in the god of this world or the One True God?

    Edit: better yet, don't answer. I just saw the church you follow, with female "priests" and gay clergy and effeminate names for God the Father.
     
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  16. rturner76

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    As sad as I would be about my child's delusion I guess I would call it or mental illness (like gender dysphoria). I would be proud of his/her bravery for being open with the world about it. As much as it would hurt me, I think rejecting people, especially people who look to you for emotional support can be very difficult for a young person to deal with and trans people have the highest suicide rate of anybody.

    I'm pretty sure people with this affliction are tormented by their own thought, morals, insecurities, I wouldn't want to heap more shame onto them. By being open and willing to talk about it, I think there is more of an opportunity to help someone really think it through with prayer involved. God may just intervene and free them from that sickness. It's not common but I know it has happened.

    When you shame, blame, and shun people, they resent your view of God and will close themselves off to any message you might have for them.
     
  17. HARK!

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    MOD HAT ON

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  18. returntosender

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    I don't agree with him but you are breaking the rules with this post and you should be reported.
     
  19. Fr. Appletree

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    Really? This is the OBOB suffering and everything said reflects the position of the Church. The fact that the person he is replying to lacks valid orders, but worse, maintains sacrilegious norms beyond the pale of what Catholicism can consider Christian. It seems relevant.
     
  20. Isilwen

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    I'm not a priest. Why would I have orders of any kind?

    Maybe in some circles you are correct, but not all. Also, I don't subscribe to everything the Episcopal church does, but there are far more things I disagree with in the Catholic church. I was a cradle Catholic and as I have said so many times before, if I had a choice in the matter, I would have not been Catholic from the start.
     
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